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Adam Wallace Publications

2013
A.F. Wallace, L.O. Hedges, A. Fernandez-Martinez, P. Raiteri, S.L. Whitelam, G.A. Waychunas, J. Gale, J.F. Banfield and J.J. De Yoreo. Liquid-liquid separation explains “non-classical” behavior during CaCO3 crystallization. Science.

2012
J.D. Schiffbauer, A.F. Wallace, J.L. Hunter Jr., R.J. Bodnar, and S. Xiao. Thermally-induced structural and chemical alteration of organic-walled microfossils: an experimental approach to understanding fossil preservation in metasediments. Geobiology, 5, 402 – 423.

A.F. Wallace, A. Knoll, L. Hamm, D. Wang and P.M. Dove. Eukaryotic skeletal formation, in Fundamentals of Geobiology, edited by A. Knoll, D. Canfield, and K. Konhauser, Wiley-Blackwell.

2011
G.V. Gibbs, T.D. Crawford, A.F. Wallace, and D.F. Cox, R.M. Parrish, E.G. Hohenstein, and C.D. Sherrill. Role of long-range intermolecular forces in the formation of inorganic nanoparticle clusters. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 115, 12933-12940.

Special issue in honor of Richard W. Bader. J.E. Dove, C. M. Shillaber, A.F. Wallace, and P.M. Dove. A biologically inspired silicification process for improving mechanical properties of sand. Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, 137(10) 949-1048.

G.V. Gibbs, A.F. Wallace, D.F. Cox, R.T. Downs, N.L. Ross and K.M. Rosso. Thioarsenides: A case for long-range directed Lewis acid-base van der Waals interactions. Physics and Chemistry of Minerals, DOI: 10.1007/s00269-010-0402-3.

2010
L.M. Hamm, A.F. Wallace, and P.M. Dove. Molecular dynamics of ion hydration in the presence of small carboxylated molecules and implications for calcification. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 114 (32) 10488-10495.

G.V. Gibbs, A.F. Wallace, R. Zallen, R.T. Downs, N.L. Ross, D.F. Cox, and K.M. Rosso. Bond paths and van der Walls interactions in orpiment, As2S3. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 114 (23) 6550-6557.

A.F. Wallace, G.V. Gibbs and P.M. Dove. Influence of ion-associated water on the hydrolysis of Si – O bonded interactions. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 114 (7) 2534-2542.

2009
D. Wang, A.F. Wallace, J.J. De Yoreo, and P.M. Dove. Biomolecules influence calcification by controlling magnesium content of amorphous calcium carbonate. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 106 (51) 21511 - 21516.

A.F. Wallace, J.J. De Yoreo, and P.M. Dove. Kinetics of silica nucleation on carboxyl- and amine-terminated surfaces: Insights for biomineralization. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 131 (14) 5244-5250.

G.V. Gibbs, A.F. Wallace, D.F. Cox, P.M. Dove, R.T. Downs, N.L. Ross and K.M. Rosso. Role of directed van der Waals bonded interactions in the determination of the structures of molecular arsenate solids. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 113 (4) 736-749.

G.V. Gibbs, A.F. Wallace, D.F. Cox, R.T. Downs, N.L. Ross and K.M. Rosso. Bonded interactions in silica polymorphs, silicates, and siloxane molecules. American Mineralogist, 94, 1085 - 1102.

2008
Dove, P.M., N. Han, A.F. Wallace and J.J. De Yoreo. Kinetics of amorphous silica dissolution and the paradox of the silica polymorphs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 129 (29) 9903-9908.

 

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